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INDEX

539

ajarm, city of, i. 332

'alalabad, ii. 352

'alal-u-Din, ruler of the Assassins, ii. 172

'alal-u-Din, of Khiva, ii. 128, 150, 152,

JS3?  I545  Mongol campaign against,

156-1585  163-5 campaigns and death,

164-1675 168, 170, 172

Jalal-u-Din, of Rum (Sufi poet), ii. 228-

23°
Jalal-u-Din Mahmud, Keiani Prince of

Sistan, ii. 199

Jalayr Dynasty, ii. 194-195, 220
Jalola 5 Battle of, i. 539-540 5 ii. 58
Jam, Shaykh of, ii. 248
Jamal-u-Din,   Sayyid^   Persian   revolu-
tionary, ii. 501, 502 .
James I., King of England, ii. 274, 277
Jami (Persian poet), ii. 135, 2195 ^^ter

of, 234-235

arashid, legendary monarch, i. 142, 192
and, province of, ii. 103, 151
ani Khan, of Bokhara, ii. 298
apan, i. 360

ask, i. 8 5 ii. 274 5 Battle of, 275-277
ason (Greek actor), i. 379
atah, ii. 198, 200 ; conquered by Tamer-
lane, 2015 202

}att (or gypsies) 5 revolt of, ii. 79
axartes, River (Sir Dam), i. 23, 24,168 5
Alexander's advance to, 287-288, 295,
312, 3335 ii. 48,^53, 214
"""ayhan, River, in Cilicia, i. 24
ayhun, River (Oxus), i. 24
"azirat-ul-Arab," ii. 2
az Morian, Lake, i. 25, 26, 298
'eddah, ii. 1I

enkinson, Anthony, i. 24; embassies to
Bokhara and Persia, ii. 249-253 } 259,
261, 297, 458

Jeremiah, Book of, i. 130-131, 134
Jerusalem 5 entry by Antiochus, i. 352,
5215 sacked by Khusru Parviz, 523 5
ii. 145 capitulation of, 305 Haroun-al-
Rashid and the Holy Sepulchre, 68-69 5
captured by CrusadersJ 112; destruction
of Holy Sepulchre, 114-115 5 storming
o$ 116^117

Jews; repatriation of, by Cyrus, i. 163 5
persecution   by  Antiochus   Epiphanes,
351-3525   conquest   by Titus,   4085
breach with Mohamed, and his cam-
paigns against, ii. 15-18 5 harsh treat-
ment by Mutawakkfl, 82
Jhelum, the, i. 290, 291, 292, 29$
Jiruft, district in the province of Kerman,
»• 35» *49> 543 i "• 32> 84 ><«<**, 94,
124, 183

John, Archbishop, vide Greenlaw, John
Toia Hyrcamw, i, 356
foa% Metropolitan of Karka, u 471
;orŁan, River, i. 340, 535 5 ii. 6, 29, 30
'os€f&, Patriarch of Armenia, i. 471

•osephus, i. 349, 3$i footnote, 352, 355
[osiah, King of Judah, i. 134
fovian, Emperor, i. 448, 457, 458
rudaea, i. 408
rudaism, influence of Zoroastrianism on,
L 117-118; 163, 420
Judas Maccabaeus, i. 352
Juji, son of Chengiz Khan, ii. 151, 153,
162, 163 5 bouse of, 205 5 222
Julfa, ii. 266 ; capitulation ofj 316 ; 325
ulia (mother of Mark Antony), i. 383
ulian, Emperflr, i. 420, 432 footnote, 448,
451; the great expedition, 451 et sea. •
488,517
Juma,  Imam, the official head  of  the
mosque, ii. 506
umna, River, ii. 353
unayd, Safavi, ii. 240
urgan, or Gurgan, district of, ii. 90
urji Zaydan (historian), ii. 38 footnote
ustin, i. 329, 332,334,/ortwtt1,362, 396
ustinian, Emperor, i. 480, 481, 487, 489,
490,492,494,495,497, 515
Juwayn, Ata Malik of (historian), ii. 171
Jwen-Jwen, the, i. 492
Kaaba, the, ii. 4, 5 5 attempted destruc-
tion by Abraha, 7 ; rebuilding of, 10 ;
ii 5 burning of, 50
Kabil Shah Oghlan, ii. 200
Kabul, i, 101, 286, 289; ii. 32, 48, 85,
201,207,223,306,352,429
Kabus (Ziyarid Dynasty), ii. 92, 94, 132,
*33
Kadesiyeh (Cadesia), Battle of, i. 537
Kafiristan, iL 306
Kahtaba 5 defeats Nasr, ii. 58 5 59
Kami, the Caliph, ii. 100
Kain, province of, i. 22 5 Amirs of, ii. 72 5
109
Kajars, the, K, 242, 362; origin of the
tribe, 372 5 founding of Dynasty, 385,
et seqt
Kakha (near the medieval Abivard), ii.
99
Kalah, in the Malay Peninsula, ii. 76
Kala-i-Sang, ancient capital of the Kerman
province, ii. 195
Kala Maran, i. 3305 supposed site of
Parthian capital, 334 $ ii. 54
Kala Shergat (the ancient A«sur), i. 85
Kala Sufid, ii. 206
Kalat-i-Nadiri, fortress of, i. 2,4 5 ii. 185 ;
besieged by Tamerlane, 201-202 5 300,
339 5   captured by Nadir Kuli,  3415
359                             .     ..    o
Kalaun, Mameluke sovereign, u. 185
Kala Zarri, ancient copper mines oŁ i. 37
Kalhor tribe, ii. 247
Kalkhi, city of, L 85, 86
Kalman Nemati, Hungarian writer, L 359